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xc Annual Report of the Delegacy DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY Number of Students Occasional Sc Special Pharmacology Sc Ph 252 First Degrees Sc Special 2nd Class Honours Upper Division Higher Degree Ph Biggs Some mechanisms involved in the contractions induced by drugs in isolated skeletal muscle preparations Departmental Notes Professor Brownlee lectured and examined at University College of the West Indies He chaired joint United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation World Health Organisation conference in Geneva on Food Additives Dr Paterson was invited to lecture on 'Receptor Specificity' at symposium on Drug-Receptor Interaction at Liverpool and to partici- pate in research programme at Iowa State University Iowa City Professor Jindal visitor from India helped in the teaching classes of the department and investigated possible adrenergic neurone-block- ing properties of some antimalarial drugs Professor Brownlee and Mr Littleton investigated the actions of dexamphetamine and inhibitors of catecholamine synthesis on brain catecholamine levels in relation to environmental changes Dr Clark investigated behavioural changes induced by nicotine Dr Paterson and Dr Birmingham extended further their observa- tions in the pharmacology of adrenergic transmission in the vas deferens tracheal and arterial smooth muscle Dr Wojcicki visitor from Poland and Mr Th Ramiz were also also associated with these investigations Dr Birmingham began research project in conjunction with the
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